- Just under 80% of women said being a builder was more suitable for a man and around half said that being a plumber or an electrician was more suitable for a man.
- 78% of employers said lack of childcare affected a woman's ability to work fulltime, while they thought it only affected 48% of men's.
- 60% of employers think that further action by the state would help to achieve equality.
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